Florida stayed undefeated and got an easy win against rival Florida State on Wednesday behind 14 points apiece from Kenny Boynton and Mike Rosario.
Josh Smith's steal, jam and free throw with 31 seconds left lifted the Hawks past the Nuggets on Wednesday, 108-104.
The Albany State women's basketball team committed 24 turnovers Wednesday and lost to Columbus State, 80-52. (ADDS: Albany Tech men, women lose to Central Georgia Tech)
The Knights are just days removed from a state football title, and several of those gridiron stars are key on the DWS basketball team, which opened the season with a win Tuesday.
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Darton coach Lea Henry preaches lock-down defense and hard work, and the Lady Cavs needed both — as well as a buzzer beater from Michelle Mitchell — to stay undefeated in Region XVII and outlast rival South Georgia Tech in overtime, 52-50.
A Dougherty County grand jury indicts an Albany man Wednesday on drug charges, including trafficking.
Kansas State QB Collin Klein accounted for a record 37 touchdowns this season, but a poor performance against Baylor might have cost him a shot at a Heisman trophy.
Even without starting DBs Brent Grimes and Asante Samuel, the Falcons’ secondary is doing just fine with replacements like Robert McClain.
Worth County farmer Jack Bass and businessman Doug Wingate are locked in a contract dispute.
Dr. Steve Kitchen will serve as Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital’s medical staff president at the beginning of 2013.
The opening scene-setter for the 1996 film “Independence Day” might serve as a metaphor for what Egyptians could face if a draft constitution written by a panel dominated by Islamists and based on Sharia law wins approval in a referendum: “A loud rumble is heard. Suddenly, we are covered in darkness as the shadow engulfs us. Only the image of our Earth hangs in the air, until a huge silhouetted object suddenly blocks our view.”
‘When so many GOP federal and state electeds ... engage in dog-whistle racism, these are always personal attacks equally on me. If Obama is not an American and does not legitimately belong, then they’re saying the same about me. I imagine I’m not alone, that people of color across the board see what I see, and the election results confirm this.”
An annual event features a one-day, one-stop counseling and service operation for veterans.
Physicians say an ambulatory surgery center now under construction in Albany will better serve their patients.
Albany police respond to at least 34 incidents.
Four men accused of bank fraud in a growing investigation stemming from a disgraced Bainbridge bank loan officer entered 'not guilty' pleas in federal court Wednesday.
Cena Mosely Mathis, 71, Albany, died December 5, 2012
Hosie White, 90, Blakely, died December 5, 2012
Carey James Molden, Jr., 35, Dawson, died December 5, 2012
Leslie A. McKibben, 59, Albany, died December 4, 2012
Mae LaRose Heidt, 79, Albany, died December 5, 2012
Patricia Murray Billotte, 76, Ocilla, died December 4, 2012
Yevonne Mann Wetherhold, 64, Bethlehem, PA, died December 4, 2012
Annie M. Sauls, 92, Albany, died November 28, 2012
William Louis Ragan, 83, Shellman, died December 4, 2012
Claretha Pettigrew, 77, Camilla, died December 4, 2012
Thomas Gerald Hall, 77, Albany, died December 4, 2012
Lillie Belle McLemore, Albany, died December 5, 2012
Peggy Trim, 44, died December 5, 2012
Dorothy B. Staines, 74, Leesburg, died December 5, 2012
George B. Jordan, 87, Euharlee, died December 2, 2012
Geraldine Barber Eason, 82, Americus, died December 4, 2012
David Broome, 42, Albany, died December 3, 2012
Zachary Fleming Morgan, 24, Marietta, GA died December 2, 2012
Margareettee Burtz Alexander, 78, Sylvester died December 4, 2012
A Northwest Albany restaurant is closing, according to a statement on its Facebook page.
Peanut farmers set records this year both in terms of acreage and production, officials say.
The state's peanut farmers set records this year both in terms of acreage and production.
No major injuries were reported after a vehicle crash on Westover Boulevard Wednesday morning.
Authorities say a motorized wheelchair that bumped into a Buick at a central Georgia gas station led to gunfire that claimed a woman's life.
MLB ROUNDUP: D'Backs steal Hinske from Braves; Victorino to Phillies; Haren to Nationals; Mets lock down Wright
Bruising designated hitter Eric Hinske opts to head West on Tuesday and sign with Arizona rather than return to the Atlanta Braves.